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Hong Kong lawmaker Ray Chan Chi-chuen has said that his re-election in last weeks polls shows sexual orientation is not ‘box-office poison’
The country’s new president Rodrigo Duterte has appointed the musician Aiza Seguerra as the next chairperson of the National Youth Commission (NYC).
Secretary of State for USA, John Kerry, discussed Anwar Ibrahim’s case on visit to Kuala Lumpur
Plans are in place to draft a same-sex partnership law, meaning Taiwan could become the first region in Asia to legalize gay marriage.
Goa, India’s top tourist destination known for its beaches, is to set up special centers to administer medicines to LGBT youth in order to make them "normal."
After Mayor's decision not to sign charter that protected rights of LGBTs, activists stage sit-in at Seoul City Hall
A 19-year-old's campaign to challenge a decision by the civil affairs department of Hunan government not to register his gay rights organization has thrown him into the media spotlight.
As Singapore is looking at its first major review of its Penal Code in more than 20 years, the National Council of Churches has praised the government for its proposal to retain laws criminalising homosexual acts, and for the first time advocated the specific inclusion of lesbians in its scope.
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